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Articles from Birmingham Mail (England) (October 7, 2005)

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! New school plan gathering moss; CHELMSLEY WOOD Grass mix roof set to top off pounds 8m campus project. 315
'Religious' selling con wound up. 251
'Religious' selling con wound up; INVESTORS: Investigation targets city woman. 315
33 things to do before you reach 10, kids; and take your mum and dad with you. 596
96; Solomon show. 308
Anger over fee for rat catchers; BROMSGROVE Call-out charge sparks fears of rise in rodent numbers. 175
Anne White: From 'back to back' to Ban the Bomb. 82
Appeal to focus on exhibition; KINGSHURST. 235
Arts to fore in borough; WEST BROM New supremo is son of union legend. 305
Author in suspense; SUTTON. 97
Awards are very cheesy; WORCESTERSHIRE A CUT ABOVE. 168
Basketball: Williams keen to stay with Bullets; BASKETBALL: Inspirational Yorick is loving the extra responsibility. 482
Battling neighbours torpedo pub plan for late-night opening. 143
Betty at opening; WEDNESBURY. 106
Big Band and all that jazz. 188
Birmingham Magistrates Court. 631
Blackmail plot - four in court; CRIME: Farm closure bid charge. 253
Blaze destroys frames factory. 297
Blooming brilliant; CITY CENTRE: Gold medal for Birmingham's pioneering flower trail. 235
Bobby Dazzlers. 237
Bogus officials alert; YARDLEY. 226
Boys in blue mosque bid; SOUTH BIRMINGHAM Police reassuring Muslims. 296
Brum missing out on event. 186
Bus changes have left us all stranded; HALL GREEN: Outcry as sudden transport route changes make travel hard for OAPs. 386
Cadets stick their oar in to take gold. 85
Calendar of past times; ERDINGTON Trip down memory lane in old postcards. 289
Carpet firm in warning; FORECAST: Victoria profits set to drop. 222
Chaos caused for thousands. 290
Chaos fear on big rush home; MOTORING: Roadworks to hold up A38 commuters for two weeks. 263
Charity boost is easy on the eyes. 138
Churches on course at college. 142
City link to Ibiza hashish; Pair seized on 'pounds 11m drug ship. 205
Could he be the rail arsonist; EXCLUSIVE. 616
Could he be the rail arsonist; EXCLUSIVE. 511
Council job up for grabs; BROMSGROVE. 121
Crash causes M5 hold-ups. 91
CRICKET: Bracken to join. 95
CRICKET: McGrath left out. 81
Cricket: Warwicks facing fight for Ambrose. 258
Crime-busters leading the way. 164
CRIME: Supervisor who stole kids 'healthy eating' cash spared jail; Dinner lady stole pounds 16,000. 326
Curtain to rise at the Palace; REDDITCH Historic theatre set to reopen after pounds 4m revamp. 327
Customer care is hailed; SANDWELL. 158
Cutting it at The Edge. 153
Debut for musician. 112
Delight after 6-year fight; OLDBURY Community centre prize for people power. 408
Designer lace sets the pace; WEDDING: City girl has finishing touch for the big day. 189
Dinner lady stole pounds 16,000; CRIME: Supervisor who stole kids 'healthy eating' cash spared jail. 322
Don't be macho about breast cancer - I was and it nearly killed me; HEALTH: Male patients tell how they ignored danger signs Cleaner Jeff Scriven and retired truck driver Pat McGeever are two everyday Birmingham men. But they have something else in common - as Health Correspondent ALISON DAYANI reports. 552
Drinkers toast late licence; REDDITCH. 117
Eastside spotlight. 109
Eye On BROAD Street; Our insider on Birmingham's Golden Mile brings you all the news and gossip from people in the know. 332
Factory wrecked by fire. 215
Facts about scarecrows. 148
Family trail for survival. 90
Festival to celebrate history; CITY CENTRE. 135
Festive sparkle; ERDINGTON. 187
Football: A testing time for Rovers duo; NON-LEAGUE. 291
Football: Beattie setback. 100
Football: Crouch goals pledge; Striker's out to end barren scoring run and boost England hopes. 286
Football: Crouch in goal target; Striker's out to end barren scoring run and boost England hopes. 439
Football: Crunch time for Scots and Irish. 124
Football: Curtis can shine on big stage; Albion defender backed to make his mark for England Under-21s. 370
Football: Davies tipped for the top Curtis to shine on big stage; Young Albion defender backed to make a name for himself at international level. 460
Football: Gillett's out to impress. 248
Football: Lambs after action replay. 194
Football: Liam to sign new 3-year Villa deal. 365
Football: Maik is hard to beat; Blues keeper on top of his game, says coach Spink. 342
Football: Mullen's biggest Bromsgrove test; NON-LEAGUE. 294
Football: New Villa deal for Liam; EXCLUSIVE Young defender rewarded for first-team graduation by agreeing three-year contract. 429
Football: Nurse Moors' debut. 210
Football: O'Leary's welcome break at last. 253
Football: Scotland not so bonnie for Cameron. 431
Football: Taylor gives wingers their chance. 101
Football: Upson World still turning. 387
Football: Upson's World is still turning. 524
Football: Walsall stick with youth. 420
Forty years on, I'm in torment; VICTIM SUPPORT: Murdered girl's sister demands aid for families. 285
Free tennis coaching for young; SHIRLEY PARK. 89
GOLF: Hot and cold. 93
GOLF: Monty zooms. 141
Grub's great with Gromit; EDUCATION: Animation heroes promote school meals. 220
HEALTH: Fears over bid to save pounds 20m Threat to hospital's A&E unit. 245
Homes - Gardening: Fruity fun for all the family; Organic Gardens throw open their doors for annual apple-themed activity day. 280
Homes: Bedroom bonus top of buyers' priorities. 315
Homes: Country retreat is difficult to resist. 334
Homes: Don't leap at lowest rate; Mortgage Advice. 229
Homes: Get chic on the cheap; Home Decor. 254
Homes: Top Tips. 109
Honour for city bishop. 157
Hospital block is open at last; HEALTH: First patient op after water pipe bungle put right. 268
Hospital unveils ban on smoking; Fears for children's health means end for special ciggie shelters. 285
Hospitals in bid to save pounds 20m; HEALTH: NHS blueprint to slash debt. 228
Hunt for mystery gunman. 105
I was just an average student ... but I woke up one day and couldn't move; 'Channel' swim of young woman disabled by virus. 368
ICE HOCKEY: Barons boost. 86
Inquest on baby death tragedy. 257
Inquest on baby death tragedy. 223
Inside View: Bali sends a shiver down many spines. 283
It's a plumb job; EDUCATION: Minister opens construction industry skills centre. 187
It's a sign of the times for pupils; LADYWOOD. 151
Jail vote review. 86
Jim swings into town. 227
John's got big plans! International designer unveils pounds 1.65m penthouse in heart of Birmingham. 305
Karl on the road back to health; SHIRLEY Brave dad who feared paralysis runs half marathon for hospital. 272
Laver nets a winner. 122
Litter gang on march. 87
Long service healthy for staff. 105
Love's in the air in Hobson's Choice Dance. 252
MG Rover workers to share pounds 14m. 337
MG Rover workers to share pounds 14m. 96
Missing man is found dead in lake; NORTON CANES. 138
Motors: An American dream car. 779
Motors: ATo Z X XENON; Crack the code of jargon with our weekly guide. 154
Motors: Buyers stay out of the red and in the black. 200
Motors: Cost warning on cross-over cars. 186
Motors: Driving Test; Test your knowledge with our weekly quiz. 126
Motors: Subaru to clean up. 184
Motors: The price is right. 457
Motors: Warning sign for drivers. 492
MOTORSPORT: Raikkonen woe. 93
MP fighting for centre; HANDSWORTH Anger over dire state of Ali building. 308
MP makes crime call. 105
NEC Cuticles on hand. 256
NHS dream has turned into a real nightmare. 928
OAPs on alert over conmen; Pensioners target of bogus water board officials. 272
Old protest song hits a high note; SOLIHULL Success for 1979 punk rant against borough. 394
On march to mark jubilee; MOTORCYCLE MUSEUM. 229
Organic garden flourishes; OLDBURY. 169
Our Say. 340
Partnership beats yobs; SUTTON COLDFIELD Anti-social behaviour slashed. 291
Pervert lurked in park bushes; COURT: Man jailed over child porn. 339
Plea for hospital; BLOXWICH. 163
Plenty to crow about; LEISURE: Stuff and nonsense - these characters are just here for a bit of fun. 253
Police alert over conmen; SHARD END. 270
Police tour of mosques; COMMUNITY Visits to reassure Muslim families. 270
Posters in train battle; WALSALL Campaign stepped up to save rail service with plea to families. 296
Pubs joining crime battle. 130
Pupils pick up the challenge; GREAT BARR. 237
Pupils vie to be wordy winners; EDUCATION: Essay contest honours feminist city head teacher. 200
Racing: Alkaased ready for Champion. 242
Racing: Emirates to take off for Godolphin. 146
Racing: Fine 'n' Dandy. 143
Re-run of Dad's Army; ALREWAS Veterans on parade. 212
Remember When? 1992 August; Email your nostalgia pictures for this daily feature to 109
Restaurants receive warning on licences. 237
Reviews: Outside looking in; ART BRUT Birmingham Bar Academy. 233
Reviews: Playing with words; HOME Crescent Theatre. 193
Richard's gone back to basics. 542
Rover supplier turns the tide. 272
Rugby Union: Aussie in line to start. 215
Rugby Union: Booth's put on cup alert. 146
Rugby Union: Injured England pair given time. 166
Rugby Union: Maynard: We face real fight; Bees coach expects his players to rise to tough occasion at Exeter. 409
Rugby Union: Only best will do for Moseley - Smith. 329
Runaway contacts her family. 185
Running dad beats the odds; ALVECHURCH Karl completes marathon despite health scare. 274
Rush for info now a trickle; FREEDOM ACT: Queries tail off. 217
School down to grass roots; SMITH'S WOOD Green mix roof set to top off pounds 8m project. 319
Showbiz. 104
Sir's voice is horse; EDUCATION: Teacher Steve champions US guru's whispering techniques. 288
Smart buyers can snap up a bargain. 1136
Spy eyes sharpened. 189
Swimming chance for disabled; SANDWELL. 102
Taking a dive for animals; By Steve Johnson. 173
Talks on plan to axe wards; CANNOCK Fears for future of hospital desperate to save pounds 5m. 236
Tell us what's happening where you are. 93
TENNIS: Murray wins. 88
They wouldn't let me finish Breast cancer in focus; MERIDEN MP complains voters copying Paxman's 'rudeness. 479
Thin blue line links up with the faithful; Police plan to reassure Muslims after 7/7 by touring mosques. 208
Tours are frightfully popular. 158
Traffic jam chaos alert; RUGELEY. 166
Tragedy of tot Jenisha; FAMILY: Coroner told of baby's breathing difficulties. 260
U2 take over US chat show. 130
Upbeat for the future. 273
Urdu teaching aids. 180
Villagedivided by playground; HARBORNE A haven for hooligans or paradise for toddlers. 327
Warm welcome back to Texas; TEXAS Carling Academy Birmingham. 270
Warning on road chaos; KNOWLE. 170
Warning on stolen drugs; STAFFORD. 119
We'll fight on to Downing Street; STOURBRIDGE Parents and pupils chain themselves to axe-threat school. 279
What s On - Bollywood Scene: Bollywood Picks. 181
What s On - Bollywood Scene: Gandhi suspect innocent. 119
What s On - Your 2 MINUTE guide to the weekend: FOR ALL THE FAMILY; Back to nature. 120
What s On - Your 2 MINUTE guide to the weekend: TICKETS FROM JUST pounds 4.50; Fairy tale show. 84
What s On - Your 2 MINUTE guide to the weekend: Wheely good; TICKETS: Adults pounds 5.50, Children pounds 3.50, Private Gondola pounds 33. 90
What s On: A Walk In The Park: HIGHBURY PARK - A 'hidden' gem in Kings Heath; Birmingham has 221 parks including recreation grounds, public open spaces, gardens and playing fields - more than anywhere else in the country. Each week, we'll be out and about in one of the region's great parks telling you all you need to know to have a grand day out. More info on all the city's parks can be found at 517
What s On: Bhangra goes to the races. 179
What s On: Bon-jour; Rock Exclusive Bon Jovi can't wait to send tremors across the Midlands again next spring - as GRAHAM YOUNG discovers. 715
What s On: Brian's hitched a ride with Chitty; Theatre. 759
What s On: Cheap As Chips - Chippies put to the taste test. 189
What s On: Cheap As Chips - Highpoint Quality Fish and Chips; Yardley Wood Road/ Trittiford Road, Billesley. 149
What s On: Crowning glory for brave Mandy; More than 40 writers are taking part in this year's Orange Birmingham Book Festival which begins today. DIANE PARKES spoke to one of them. 363
What s On: Days Out - A little light relief for the winter; Walsall Illuminations have been brightening up people's evenings for more than half a century. ALISON HANDLEY joined the families enjoying the fun. 296
What s On: Fairy tale ending. 90
What s On: FREE pint for every reader. 131
What s On: Gay Life. 331
What s On: Girl power set to hit the club scene; 'Swanky' trio form city's first all-female promotion team and launch new night. 376
What s On: Inside Gossip - Robbie and I get intimate; POP. 309
What s On: Monkeying around in the name of art. 499
What s On: Moonlighting at camp; One To Watch LAURA VEIRS & THE TORTURED SOULS WEDNESDAY October 12, GLEE CLUB, Tickets from 0870 241 5093. 352
What s On: Pick Of ThePubs. 240
What s On: Pub Review - Court Oak, Court Oak Road, Harborne Great grill will cure hangover. 345
What s On: Rambling - SHUSTOKE & THE WALKING WAYS. 603
What s On: Restaurant Spy - Great value with a Spanish flavour; Paul Fulford visits Cafe Ikon, Birmingham. 476
What s On: Star wants old pals' act; Comedy. 444
What s On: The car is the star for Wilmot. 349
What s On: These boots weren't made for walking; The Big Movie KINKY BOOTS (12A Why GRAHAM YOUNG thinks this British film is a thigh-high hit. 471
What s On: Tries hard to please; Movie Review OLIVER TWIST (PG. 254
What s On: Welcome for Wodehouse; Amateur Stage. 411
What s On: WIN tickets for sold-out Tunstall gig; See the Scottish songbird has been one of the musical success stories of the year The Big Gig KT TUNSTALL Saturday October 15, Birmingham's Carling Academy. 352
What s On: WIN VIP tickets to Jasper's big show. 437
What's On: 42FREE tickets up for grabs. 266
What's On: Battle between light and dark. 181
What's On: Star Trek on steroids; Movie Review SERENITY (15. 298
Wheel bins a load of rubbish; REFUSE: No to city families' plea. 329
Wossy holding on to? 84
Young splash the cash. 97
Youngsters building up to a career; SANDWELL. 172
Your Cross-Code puzzle is back. 86
Your Say: Autumn excuse. 95
Your Say: Price rise misery. 94
Your Say: Report bus yobs. 141
Your Say: Stamp haunt. 95
Your Say: Time to wake up to facts. 103
Your Say: Time to wake up to facts. 140
Your Shout: Villa fans must find their voice. 210
Your Shout: WIN Banks's Bitter. 138
Yummy mummies boost child cancer care. 96

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